CIA phone buggers 'bugged the Queen'

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Sunday, 30 June 2013

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A holiday in Ecuador can be bery pleasant this time of year, Ma'am!

Quito, Ecuador - Human frights activists lobbying for CIA whistleblower Edward Snowden's Ecuador asylum bid hinted today about conclusive proof of years of buggery 'and US snooping' on daft octogenarian monarch Elizabeth Windsor.

The espionage program was 'probably' started by the Poodle Brothers who suspected they'd been sussed in late 2001 over a 'humanitarian plan' to upgrade Saddam Hussain's Faecesbook profile.

Yeah, remember? So what else is new?

Commenting on this latest WikiFreaks rumor Quito's Amazonbotch Diabolical Liberties Union spokesperson Rafael Chupacabra said 'WTF?' today.

The allegation is nothing new of course and may simply be Chapter 666 of an ongoing espionage probe into the brain-dead Russian actress who has channeled Queen Elizabeth since 1952.

Unfortunately this latest twist in the Edward Snowden saga comes on the coat tails of another big headline story alleging the European Union was also bugged.

Today its High Representative Cathy Ashton was looking decidedly queasy when asked to comment on latest surveillance reports that say she's a 'pile of cack dressed up as a bona fide diplomat'.

"Lady Ashton is entirely relaxed about this latest silly gossip," an EU colleague claimed this afternoon, "and puce is the natural color of her face."

Privately Ashton's colleagues are said to be absolutely petrified that EU 'shagging secrets' will now come out into the pubic domain.

60 seconds of the ECHELON computer's download time works out at a relatively bargain $500,000.

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